Member's Mark French Roast Whole Bean Coffee (40 oz.)
Why We Love This
About this item
- Roasted aroma with a high body
- Low acidity
- Long smoky notes
- 100% Colombian Arabica beans
- Fair Trade Certified
Why Choose Member's Mark Fair Trade Certified French Roast Coffee?
The coffee is made from 100% Colombian Arabica beans. Whether you are looking for one of the best coffees for a French press, a slow drip coffee, or coffee for a traditional coffeepot, this could be a good option. It’ll work well for just about any method of making coffee you might have. It offers a great taste when finished, and the scent when it is brewing is sure to perk up anyone’s morning.
Enjoy the Taste
When you’re choosing a French coffee, you want to be sure that it has a truly delicious taste that will make your taste buds happy, of course. This coffee features a low acidity, so it has a pleasant aftertaste. The coffee features a high body along with long and smoky notes.
Something to keep in mind when you are choosing these French roast coffee beans is that they are whole beans. You will need to have a grinder to get them ready to make coffee. Grind up enough for just one pot of coffee, or for several. Just be sure to keep the French roast coffee in a container so it remains fresh.
How Does Member's Mark Fair Trade Certified French Roast Coffee Make a Difference?
One of the other benefits of choosing this type of coffee is the fact that it is Fair Trade Certified™. This means that some of the money that goes toward the purchase of these French roast coffee beans will be going back to the farmers and the workers who are making the coffee.
Making a difference, one brew at a time.
Every time you drink Fair Trade Certified™ coffee, you help improve the lives of farmers and workers by enabling them to create sustainable livelihoods, safe conditions and stronger communities.
Over $2 million invested.
Thanks to your purchases of Member’s Mark coffees in 2017, farmers and their families earned over $2.7 million, which they reinvested towards new equipment, training, backpacks for students and more—all to create more sustainable and thriving communities.